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DIE LAUGHING - There's nothing funny about murder. Used availability for Arlene Kay's Die Laughing. When a vicious murder shatters the peaceful Cape Cod town of Goodhaven, graduate student Nicole Nelson vows to find the culprit. She's pitted against a cast of quirky local characters with buried secrets and motives aplenty.
In another life, Arlene Kay, the author of INTRUSION and DIE LAUGHING, was a senior executive with one of those alphabet agencies that strikes terror into the hearts of all Americans. Her previous works include five novels in The Grace Quinn/Patrick Fong mystery series. Her newest novels are SWANN DIVE, MAN TRAP, and GILT TRIP, all part of the The Boston Uncommons Mystery Series.
Charles Kay Ogden (/ˈɔːɡdən, ˈɒɡ-/; 1 June 1889 – 20 March 1957) was an English linguist, philosopher, and writer
Charles Kay Ogden (/ˈɔːɡdən, ˈɒɡ-/; 1 June 1889 – 20 March 1957) was an English linguist, philosopher, and writer.
Praise for Arlene Kay’s Boston Uncommons Mysteries. Arlene Kay spent twenty years as a Senior Executive with the Federal Government where she was known as a most unconventional public servant. An entertaining first entry into the Boston Uncommons Mystery series. New York Journal of Books on Swann Dive. I can't wait for the next book in the series! -Jaye Roycraft, author of Rainscape. Experience in offices around the nation allowed her to observe both human and corporate foibles and rejoice in unintentional humor.
Daisy looked round in considerable relief, which redoubled when she saw Alec. She jumped up, and would have run to hug him except that one simply didn’t hug in public. She jumped up, and would have run to hug him except that one simply didn’t hug in public tchen with servants looking on. Darling!. Daisy! I thought you’d gone home. Not quite, said Daisy, hoping she didn’t look frightfully guilty. Sergeant Mackinnon did say I could leave, but I absolutely had to speak to Mrs. Talmadge